no no.. you're right... rm is encoded for real media player... i just dont use real software.... too many nags, i dont like how it encroaches on my system... so i've personally banned anything REAL audio/video from my system.
streaming video drives me nuts too, damn buffering.... it's just no fun.
i do hear what you mean, kife.
i had to download the real player to VIEW it.
unfortunately, it was not me who made it. so i had to follow the extension of the file to view it..lol
but comon, pls watch the clip! it makes me giggle..lol
but perhaps it is only me but it is all good with me..hehe
i am jet lagged.
after almost 20 hrs of travelling, my body was exhausted..so slept at 11pm last nite and then woke up at 8am ..but did sleep because my clock in my body said it was time for me to go and bed (10pm there)..
so i slept again and woke up at 3pm..
someone entertain me..or help me fucking open the folders of my burned cd that has some massive pictures to put on my web page! lol
comon, do not bitch the video clip.
someone meaningful made after a few hours he arrived in new york after massive hours of flights and what not.
i did not start the video clip so that people can criticize the quality of the clip.
he made it for me.
the thought is so meaningful to me.
if you do not understand why the fact that this act that was taken by someone i became really good friends with touched me ...and i just wanted to share something that giggles me online, then you donot need to view it.
ahhh! bright colours! and i liked how the pics went by so fast, it matched the music and the feeling you all must have had that everythig was spiralling and moving so fast that you didnt get enough time to just chill with each other.
but hey, if you have a fast eye you can make the pics out
like dylan's signature in one of the first pics on some wall, and i think i saw kumi dancing, not sure though
hope you can open that cd soon kumi, cant wait to see more pics
Last time I was there was in 1997, and I stayed in Sendai, a small city a few hours north of Tokyo, near Matsushima. You know it?
I stayed there with a Japanese family, and literally like every 15 minutes the mom would ask me if I had ever tried a certain Japanese food. If I said no, she would run into the kitchen, make some up and give it to me. Mmmmmmm Sukiyaki.....
Dad and I would just sit on the floor in the kitchen, and he would plug in his 'Sake' kettle and we'd just drink warm sake all night. So good. Such nice people. Love 'em.
And the girls.....ooooohhhhhh the girls. Very nice. Ha ha.
Yeah, if you could, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and lemme know a little more about how to post the video online here. I have some clips of Bittersweet I'd love to put on this board (and I don't have ICQ). Cheers Kumi.
i know. my mom is such a good cook.
i think she is the best cook in the whole entire world to be really serious and honest...
in the living room, there is kotatsu where
there is a square blanket underneath the
top/surface of the table so that it keeps your feet warm..
my mom would have at least three dishes in a table
so there would be:
-very GOOOOOOD steamed rice.
-home made miso soup (people buy miso paste, but we make it in february..i helped my parents make some miso while I was there too)
-some vegetable stew stuff
-japanese spinach salad (aemono) and stuff..
so you will get at least 15-20 different kinds of
ingredients in a whole meal...so healthy too!
I miss japan already.
I miss having people to have my meal too!
I wished I was living in a warm Japanese house.